Study Computer2.2 Printer5.0 Kitchen Clock Radio1.8 Portable phone3.1 Stoves (hardwired)4.6 Dishwasher2.6 Microwave3.4 Fridge/Freezer5.8 HallwayDoor bell transformer1.6 Family Room TV4.7 Video5.3 Cable TV box15.2 Stereo27.5 Security system21.5 Play Station (game)1.0 LaundryWashing Machine5.5 Dryer2.2 Bedroom 2Electronic timeclock0.8 Bedroom 4Clock Radio1.3 Central HeatingCondensing boiler10.3 TOTAL STANDBY (Watts)125.4 New Zealand 125 W
27 How Large Is Standby? 5% of residential electricity (~50W) –20 appliances/home –TVs and VCRs down, but number up –No estimates for commercial & industrial Similar levels in other Europe, Japan –Urban Chinese homes: ~30W already! ~1% of global CO 2 emissions
31 Satellite/Internet/DVR Box Microprocessor Power Supply “OFF” - 17 WattsON - 21 Watts Thermographs of
32 The 2002 Calypso Washer. It’s bigger, better… and it uses 1/10 the standby power of Neptune.
33 Reducing Standby Power Components –Low power components (include displays) Design –Don’t energize unneeded components Power Supply –Reduce no-load loss –Improve efficiency at low loads –Move switch to high-voltage side
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